JRS UK Launches New Resource Pack for World Day of Migrants and Refugees
A new reflection and discussion guide for use by individuals and groups now, during Lent or at anytime in the year
This new prayer resource pack invites you to take a journey of hospitality alongside hosts and guests with Jesuit Refugee Service, to see the courage and dignity of asylum seekers who experience destitution and homelessness in the UK. You are invited to reflect with them on the seven themes of “Home”, “Welcome”, “Encounter”, “Around the table”, “Sharing”, “Journey” and “Courage”. Stories or passages of scripture are suggested alongside questions and prayers
in the Ignatian tradition. Louise Zanré, Director, JRS UK says: “Many of the
people we accompany at JRS derive a great deal of strength and hope from their faith... Read more and download the pack here.
JRS UK Review of Work
We have just published our review of work to celebrate all our work over the last three years
'From hostility to hospitality' is the theme of the review which describes some of the challenges our refugee friends are facing and shows some of JRS's responses to accompany, serve and advocoate for them in what sometimes seems like an increasingly unfriendly environment. We share stories of what it means to be part of JRS and express our deep felt appreciation to friends and supporters, donors and partners for their continued encouragement and generosity. Read more here.
Connecting People, Building Hope
We post regular reflections, stories, image and poems to our Community Blog. Visit us and be part of the wider community of people connected wth our work and stories.
For detailed research and policy information about issues affecting destitute and detained asylum seekers across Europe, visit JRS Europe.
JRS International Newsroom
For up to date information on what JRS is doing in Columbia, Syria and other places suffering from conflict or natural disaster, visit JRS International.